A double terrorist attack was carried out on the Moscow subway system during yesterday's morning rush hour, killing more than 38 people including three foreigners - a Philippine national and two Mala...
Management and Employees Celebrate Together at 7th Annual Hotel Hero Awards Gala
Delta Air Lines is looking at a US$1.45 million fine from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) but this time it's for something they didn't do, rather it was subsidiary Northwest to whom the fin...
Aviation stakeholders in Latin America were urged last week by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to work together to achieve profitable growth in the region.
AeroMexico has postponed its delivery of 10 aircraft from Boeing by up to two years, the carrier announced on Wednesday.
Talks between the United States and the European Union are once again progressing on deregulation of aviation links between the two countries, with new Memorandum of Understanding signed between the ...
A World Trade Organization (WTO) panel has told the European Union to put an end to illegal Airbus subsidies.
The Leading Hotels of the World are gearing up for a major 30% or more sale of many of its properties in Asia, Europe and Americas, and will also throw in complimentary breakfast and a special amenit...
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the US Travel Association will work together to attract more travellers to the U.S. following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding this week.
Singapore has returned to the top spot of Best Airport in the World, according to Skytrax voters, after slipping to third last year and ousting the 2009 winner of Incheon in South Korea.
Guam Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce the Pacific Asia Travel Organization (PATA) Micronesia Chapter was granted the "Award of Excellence" by PATA International for its use of social media and ...
P&O Cruises announced this week that a new 710 passenger ship, Adonia, would join its fleet in May 2011.
Emirates Airlines announced this week its decision to delay its move to the new Al Maktoum International Airport near Jebel Ali by up to 10 years.
Despite expectations that travel demand will come back in 2010, a recent survey has found that companies are increasingly using virtual technology as an alternative to travel.
Air China announced on Sunday that it had gained control of Shenzhen Airlines after purchasing a 51 percent stake in the carrier for 680 million Yuan.
Passenger revenue amongst leading U.S airlines has risen by 4.5 percent in February from the comparable period in 2009.
Claridge's, the Art Deco landmark in London's Mayfair, recently became one the first recipients of the Investors in People's Health and Wellbeing Good Practice Award.
Dutch airline KLM, part of Franco-Dutch Air France-KLM has expressed its desire to offer commercial Biofuel flights from 2011.
A Canadian government minister has apologized for getting into a heated argument with Ottawa airport officials after they confiscated a bottle of tequila in his possession.
In an effort to push through their own plans, Delta Air Lines and US Airways have offered to transfer 12 percent of its takeoff and landing slots at airports in New York and Washington to rival carri...